Zakharov predicted the emergence of “hand of the Kremlin” in the case of the atrocities in Hamburg

Maria Zakharova

The Russian foreign Ministry reacted to the information about the detention of citizens for participating in the riots in Hamburg (Germany). Comment by the official representative of the MFA of Russia Maria Zakharova, posted in Facebook.

“Now we tell you that Hamburg turned two Russians. Then think and add that they did it on the orders of the Kremlin. Open the news and predictions the Crystal ball” — wrote the diplomat, reportnow the publication of a press Secretary of the Russian Embassy in Germany Denis menkaure.

According to the employee of a diplomatic mission, “the official notification from the Hamburg police about the detention of Russian citizens to the Russian diplomatic missions in Germany have been reported.” In case of confirmation of the diplomats will assist to protect the rights and interests of citizens.

Wednesday, July 12, the Prosecutor of Hamburg Nan Frombach told TASS that two citizens of Russia were detained in the city during protests. “We are talking about the inhabitants of Moscow at the age of 20 and 30 years. 20-year-old accused of attempted grievous bodily harm and resisting a police officer. 30-year-old accused of causing grievous bodily harm and violent resistance,” she said. Frombach said that the Russians threw glass bottles at police. Now citizens of Russia are in prison; the trial will be conducted in Hamburg.

Riots in Hamburg took place last week on the background of the summit of “Big twenty”, which took place on 7-8 July. The anti-globalization movement, the ranks of which are crowded with left-wing extremists, threw the guards with stones and bottles, set fire to cars, pogroms and looted shops. Injured about 500 police officers. During the mass rallies were detained about 300 people. According to police, cited by Deutsche Welle, in a prison in Hamburg is 51 people. Among them — German citizens (most of them) and other European countries. They are accused, in particular, the violation of public order and resisting police.